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World War II: Frontline Command is a World War II themed 3D RTS game built on the Steel Soldiers engine.

The game doesn't feature resource management; every mission starts with a fixed number of units with which you have to fulfill your mission. The fog of war in this game is a literal grey fog that shrouds the landscape. Only high objects such as buildings and treetops stick out through the fog. The fog disperses once you scout the terrain.

Available units include infantry, tanks and artillery. Your most important unit is the Commander. He has a much larger visibility range than any of the other units which allows him to spot targets from afar so that they can be attacked from a safe distance. Furthermore he boosts the morale of your units. Morale is affected by many factors such as separation, mission status and enemy fire. High morale improves the capabilities of your units, while low morale decreases their effectiveness. Besides the mist which disappears when in line of sight to show the terrain and possible enemy units, your units can also hear enemy units move when they are nearby.

The game features a campaign for both Axis and Allies and can be played in two difficulties: recruit and veteran. Besides a increase in difficulty, the veteran difficulty also features some changes in gameplay such as more dynamic missions, less health regeneration for your units and limited ammunition. Besides the campaign you can also play against others in online multiplayer.


World War II: Frontline Command Windows The river is grey, so is the land that lies outside the troops line of sight and this can be confusing. Troops can cross rivers where the water is shallow - indicated here by the rocks
World War II: Frontline Command Windows This is not how it was supposed to end
World War II: Frontline Command Windows Profiling takes a minute or so as the game runs through a script and determines whether the machine can run at a suitable frame rate
World War II: Frontline Command Windows The icons in the top right of the screen change the player's point of view. Targets / Objectives are numbered because some missions have more than one

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A good game let down by niggling problems piltdown_man (147529) 3.83 Stars3.83 Stars3.83 Stars3.83 Stars3.83 Stars

Critic Reviews

Computer Active Jun 26, 2003 4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars 80
PC Games (Germany) May, 2003 79 out of 100 79
Absolute Games ( May 27, 2003 70 out of 100 70
Gameplay (Benelux) Jun 28, 2003 69 out of 100 69 May 13, 2003 67 out of 100 67
GameStar (Germany) May, 2003 66 out of 100 66
GameSpy Jun 25, 2003 3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars 60
PC Zone Benelux Jun, 2003 59 out of 100 59
Adrenaline Vault, The (AVault) Jul 14, 2003 2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars 40
Computer Gaming World (CGW) Oct, 2003 2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars 40


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vedder (28527) added World War II: Frontline Command (Windows) on Dec 05, 2008